What is a principle? How is principle destroyed in the political spectrum and how the powers that be manufacture your consent to destroy your principles. In this episode, let's explore the topic of the dangers of forgetting principles.
If you've ever tried to fix yourself but no matter what you do it seems that there's always a problem with you. You've changed. You've overhauled your self, still there's something wrong. Maybe, just maybe, there's nothing wrong with you. Because it's really not you, it's them. In this episode, let's explore the topic of why it's not you, it's them.
You may or may not like Alex Jones, but the inevitable banning of Alex Jones from the big tech platforms sets precedent for banning bigger channels that oppose the mainstream narrative. "Hate speech" is a weapon that will be used against anyone who would dare go against the powers that be. The broad application of "hate speech" to dissenting voice should send shivers down your spine, because it will at the end also apply to you.
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Leftism is a secular religion that has no absolute moral standards. To understand leftism it's important to first differentiate leftism from liberalism and libertarianism. These three vastly different concepts are often times used interchangeably. This conflation of concepts allows the left to mask itself and confuse people into supporting its ideology. At worst not understanding the nature of leftism leads to ideological possession. So let's understand leftism in this episode.
If you want the truth to stand clear before you, never be for or against. The struggle between "for" and "against" is the mind's worst disease says the Zen master Sent-t'san in 600-700 CE. What could this mean? Eastern philosophy sounds impractical and contradictory for our times, especially when viewed with western thought. I would differ. Understanding eastern philosophy is essential in navigating a post-modern, post-truth world.
I had a realization about the elites, the 1%, and the 1st worlders. I don't know what to do about it. It explains a lot why this segment of humanity behaves the way they behave and why odd things in politics happen. You know what they say, hard times create strong men, strong men create good times, good times create weak men, and weak men create hard times. let's explore this.
Is there a need for gods or a god? More accurately, is there a need for a transcendental reality or transcendental ideals; a reality or ideals that is more than just mere existence. It's odd that removing god and the worship of god from people doesn't necessarily lead to a more rational society, people just find other things to worship. As an atheist I think I should explore this topic more.